On this episode of Investor Connect, Hall welcomes Matt McGraw, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Anthropocene Ventures.
Headquartered in San Francisco, California, Anthropocene Ventures is a global, early-stage VC firm investing in founders that leverage exponential technologies and hard science to make humanity more resilient.
Matt is a successful leader, CEO, entrepreneur, and investor. He finds great talent, helps uncover and activate a fun, positive culture and mission, and designs high-performance, high-growth operations. Matt has taken multiple companies from $0 to $10M+ with no outside funding, led mergers in the $100M range, advised startups to successful exits, and grew teams in the hundreds. He’s best at setting the right course, getting the nucleus perfect, and scaling quickly.
Matt invested early and often in the most successful technology companies in the 2000-2015 bull run.
Matt shares some of the challenges investors and entrepreneurs face in the climate sector, how he sees the industry evolving, the biggest change we might see in the next 12 months, and his investment thesis.
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